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Diagnosis and management of heart failure (ON-DEMAND: 42mins

Presentation Description

General Practitioners (GPs) have a vital role in the management of patients with heart failure. This interactive education session will provide GPs with the knowledge to apply best practice recommendations for the diagnostic work-up and classification of heart failure (HF), pharmacological management including guidance for up-titration to achieve target doses, non-pharmacological management of chronic HF and approach to managing comorbidities. Using case studies to highlight key practice points this session will increase GP’s confidence and knowledge to apply evidence-based recommendations from the Heart Foundation clinical guidelines for HF to optimise the care of patients in the community.  
Learning outcomes 
  1. Describe evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis and classification of HF patients  
  2. Explain the pharmacological management of patients with HFrEF including up-titration to achieve target doses. 
  3. Summarise the non-pharmacological management of chronic HF and relevant comorbidities.